BSc International Relations and Mandarin
The aim of this new joint honours programme is to develop graduates who are able to combine theoretical and applied knowledge of International Relations as a discipline, and of China as a global power, with linguistic proficiency in Mandarin and competence in navigating Chinese and international settings relevant to diplomacy, international organisations and corporations.
BSc Language, Culture and Society
This new programme combines the study of social and cultural theory, identity and cultural forms with the development of advanced language skills. Students can choose one of five modern languages: French; German; Mandarin; Russian or Spanish.
Degree courses as part of an undergraduate degree
Most undergraduate degree programmes outside of the Language Centre allow students to take an option. You will have some compulsory courses to take as part of your degree programme but in some years, if not all, you can choose one or two options. Not all programmes allow this so check your degree regulations.